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Facts about diamond simulants

Facts about diamond simulants

Diamond simulants are basically gems that look like the diamond but in reality are neither natural diamonds nor those that are produced synthetically. The popularity and appeal of the diamond are responsible for the numerous diamond simulants that are floating in the market today.

Some of these simulants are found in the earth and some of these simulants are created in labs. But even as people try and pass off diamond simulants as diamonds, the beauty, brilliance, light reflection property, sparkle and luster of the diamond is unmatched.

There is nothing wrong in buying, selling and trading diamond simulants. In fact there is a significant market for these simulants since many jewelers use them in fashion jewelry to showcase their designs and also sell them to clients and customers who cannot afford the exorbitantly priced diamonds.

The reason why the diamond simulants are priced less is due to the fact that they are almost always readily available. This is sometimes due to abundant availability of the diamond simulant gemstones rough or the fact that they are factory produced in bulk. Since diamonds are not economically feasible for many people, using diamond simulants can help in garnering a larger clientele who can also be lured by the real diamonds too.

If you are in the diamond industry there is only one way in which you can avoid being swindled or misled ever. The answer to this is simply - awareness and knowledge. Since the diamond simulant market exists on its own, there is every possibility that they make their way into the diamond market. If you end up buying a diamond simulant assuming that it is a diamond, the losses that you are likely to face will be large. In fact, if you buy a diamond simulant assuming it is a diamond and if you try and sell the piece to another customer, you can get into a larger trouble.

Another concern with diamonds is that many so-called-diamonds are locked up in family heirlooms. These come in the market at some point during which the owner refuses to accept that fact that the piece that he has is not a diamond. For some reason it is assumed that a piece that has been in the family for a long time should be an expensive diamond.

The only way in which you can avoid intentional and unintentional fraud is by being aware of the various simulants, knowing how to identify a genuine diamond and by ensuring that you are alert all the time.

In the matter of purchasing diamonds, be extra careful! Make sure that you are alert all the time and that you do not allow your defenses to drop at any time. Con artists and swindlers have their own strategies of diverting your attention so that certain specific checks that you may otherwise done are left out.

Keeping your alertness levels at the peak is extremely important since a small lapse can cause a major problem. This is not to state that most people who visit your store are not legitimate. In fact most are. But then the losses that accrue due to the inefficiencies of a few people can undo the profits and revenues gained from the others.

During a specific sale or purchase of a diamond do not get swayed by the smooth talk of the con artist. In case the diamonds are being sent to you in a packet or parcel, make sure that you open and check them in front of the seller. When buying in larger numbers, diamond simulants can be hidden in rough diamonds or finished diamonds. Look for the luster variation, facet junctions and differences in thermal reaction.

It is obvious to state that dealing in diamond simulants can actually put you in a position of strength (as long as you are aware of what you are buying) because it positions you as an expert. The larger clientele that you can attract with your relatively low cost designer jewelry can get you clients that buy higher value items later as well.

Note:

Synthetic diamond is a man made diamond. It should also be considered as a diamond simulant if it is being marketed in a way to look like natural diamonds. Synthetic diamonds are marketed using various terms like man made diamonds, lab diamonds, created diamonds, lab created diamonds etc. 


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